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Miss Suzanne Sheldon who is leading woman for 
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leading woman for E. H. Sothern in "If I Were 
King Iter sister recently was married in London 
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of Zenda," " Rupert of Hentiau," and " The Dolly 
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...programme... 

WEEK OF OCTOBER 5 TO OCTOBER 10 

Curtain will rise Evenings at 8.15 Wednesday and Saturday Matinees at 2 

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He j^ou Xtke It. 

Shakespeare's Comedy in Five Acts. 
Under the Direction of MAURICE CAMPBELL. 



Programme Continued on page fj. 



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PROGRAMME— Continued. 



(Cast of (Eljararlrrs. 

The Duke Barton Hill 

Duke Frederick Becton Radford 

Orlando Frederick Lewis 

Oliver Addison Pitt 

Jacques John Malone 

Touchstone Charles Bowser 

Adam William Herbert 

Amiens Henry Gunson 

Sylvius Arthur Shaw 

Corin Marcus Moriarty 

Charles, the Wrestler Edward Ittnian 

Le Beau Robert Hume Gibbons 

Jacques de Bois Oscar Knowlton 

Dennis H. J. Bradcome 

First Officer Richard Marsh 

Second Officer Edwin Clinton 

Celia Maude Winter 

Audrey Bessie Baldwin 

Phoebe Frances Whitehouse 

ROSALIND MISS CROSMAN 

Lords, Ladies, Shepherds, Foresters, Courtiers, Soldiers, etc 



ACT I. Scenes I. and HI. Exterior of Old Adam's house. Scenes II. and IV. 

A Garden before the Palace of Duke Frederick. 
ACT II. Scenes I. and HI. The Forest of Arden. Scene II. Another part of 

the Forest of Arden. 
ACTS III. and IV. In the Forest of Arden. 

ACT V. Scene I. Rosalind's Cote in the Foreat of ArdeD. Scene II. In the 
Forest of ArdeD. 

(Between the I. and II. Acts the curtain will be down 15 minutes. Between 
the II. and III., III. and IV., IV. and V. Acts, there will be waits of 4 minutes each.) 

Programme Continued on page 17 

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PROGRAMME— Continued. 



Huairal ^rogrammp. 

The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Edwin G. Clarke, 
will play from the following programme : 

1. Overture— " As You Like It" Tobani 

2. Excerpts from— Baron Humbug Corliss 

3. Characteristic— Little Trifler Barnard 

4. Intermezzo— Minehaha Loring 

5. Selection— Jewel of Asia Englander 



Representative 

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S^agfl Manager 

Musical Director 

Master Carpenter"... 
Assistant Carpenter. 
Master of Properties. 

Electrician 

Wardrobe Mistress . . 



For 

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John Pratt 

Marcus Moriarty 

James Korman 

Robert Cowan 

Harry Denahen 

John H. Mitchell 

Edward Ocker 

Mrs. Eva Howard 



Programme Continued on page lg 



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Ladies Cafe and Private Dining Rooms Open 



Mrs. Charles Craig who plays "Mandy" the 
Victor Mapes's new play "Csplain Barrington" 
which opens at the Globe The Ire on Monday 
night, Oct. 12th, is fitted to the best part she has 
ever played, and it is expected that she will win 
great favor with Boston audiences upon her ap- 
pearance here. She has an intectiius laugh 
which will certainly wake up the risibilities of all 
who hear her. 



Messrs. Weber and Field's certainly have sur- 
rounded their new dramatic star Charles Richman, 
who is to be seen at the Globe Theatre shortly in 
" Captain Barrington " with a company of players 
of eiceptional merit. 

They include Miss Suzanne Sheldon, Miss Florence 
Wickliffe, Miss Frances Ring. Mrs. Craig, Joseph 
Kilgour, George Osborne and those two sterling 
Boston favorites of the old Museum days, George W . 
Wilson and William Redmond. 



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Mr. H. D James, who plays " Peter," a colored 
serv ant in "Captain Barrington," Victor Mapes's 
new American play, with Charles Richman as the 
star, which opens at the Globe Theatre on Monday 
night, Oct. lith, is favorably known to playgoers 
in Boston Mr. Jsmes crested a genu ne sensa- 
tion a few years ago by his clever work when in 
the support of William Gillette in "Secret Ser- 
vice." The sc-ne in which he extracts the ballets 
from s nnmber of rifles was one ol the most effec- 
tive oi the play, and his pantomimic work was 
superb. In " Captain Barrington." Mr. James 
appears in light comedy work. 



William Collier, the comedian, who is so well re- 
membered here in " On the Quiet," and "The Diplo- 
m it," is meeting with marked success in his latest play, 
" Personal ", at the Bijou Theatre, New York. Mr. 
Collier is booked to play at The Globe later in the 
season. 



Miss Suzanne Sheldon, who is Charles Richman 's 
leiding woman, is said to be one of the handsomest 
women on the stage. Her sister recently was married 
in London to Anthony Hope Hawkins, the author of 
"The Prisoner of Zends", " The Dolly Dialogues", 
and other stories. 



Martin Harvey, the famous English player, ia ex- 
pected to arrive shortly in this country. 



PROGRAMME— Continued. 



NEXT WEEK-CHARLES RICHMAN 



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The 2nd Triennial Exposition under the auspices of the 

merctianis' & manufacturers' Extftiou Psso'o 

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CHARLES RICHMAN 



In one scene of "Captain Barrington," the new 
play which opens up the Globe Theatre on Monday 
night, Oct. 12th, Mr. Richman is called upon to 
change his entire costume, and to assume an en. 
tirely different character within 45 seconds. 



Mr. George W. Wilton, who with the late 
lamented William Warren shared the love ot the 
patrons ot the old Boston Museum, and who is 
known in the theatrical as " The Man of Many 
Parts," having created more characters than anv 
other man on the American stage, has an impoit- 
ant role in Victor Mapes's new American play 
"Captain Barrington " which opens at the Globe 
Theatre, Monday night, Oct. 12. A» " Gaspar 
Moulton," a crotchetty old man, he is said to have 
one of the greatest character parts he eyeressayed. 



An interesting feature in "Captain Barrington" 
Victor Mapes's new American play in which Mr. 
Charles Richman makes his stellar appearance in 
Boston is the singing by a double quartette. The 
music was written especially for this production 
by Mr Manuel Klein. The drinking chorus prom- 
ises to become very popular. 

The friends of Mr. Chas. Richman, who are 
legion, are waiting with pleasurable anticipation 
his stellar debut in Boston, which will be made at 
the Globe Theatre on Monday night, Oct. 12th, in 
Mr. Victor Mapes's ntw American play "Captain 
Barrington." Mr. Richman need* no introduction 
to Boston playgoers. He has scored several tri- 
umphs in this city, but it is confidently expected 
that he will eclipse his former successes in this 
new production. In ''Captain Barrington" he 
will play a dual role, two strongly contrasted 
parts, one a serious, staid young continental officer, 
the other, a gay and rollicking Captain of the 
British army. 

A curious fact in connection with the play of 
"Captain Barrington," Mr. Victor Mapes's author, 
is that while the hero of the play i a continental 
officer, called Lieutenant Fielding, it is the British 
Captain who gives the title to it, and who is much 
less important than the other in the play. The 
reason for this will be understood after the play 
has been produced. 




OCTOBER OBSERVATIONS. 




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Bend down to the golden grain, 

And the cricket chirps in his ebon suit 

This song to his shrill refrain : 

When you are in doubt, to Osgood's go, 

For nowhere else is the price so low. 

The chestnuts fall by the Tine clad wall, 
And the squirrels pert and spry; 
As they chatter away, all seem to say : 
When in doubt of Osgood buy. 



Yours for Lowest Prices. 



Chestnuts are falling — our prices are 
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Furniture, Draperies, Carpeta, China, 
Stoves and Ranges. When chestnuts burrs 
open — doors should be kept closed — when 
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are not found on the beach — when they stick they don't fall — yet a stick makes them 
fall — most nuts flower in the spring — the doughnut is always in stock. Whatever the 
season for nuts the nutmeg is always in season. 

Speaking of nuts — do not miss our Fall Furnishing Festival. 

Figures falling from the bargain branches — hand-picked goods at windfall prices. 
A Home Harvest for housewives. 



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The only dentifrice that will keep ;gold bright in 
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The active principle of Harvard Antiseptic Tooth 
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For sale at all druggists or sent on receipt of 

Price 60 cents. 

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MJw e Place To buy-^otjwl 



\ment of LAMPS and n<w 
'FIXTURES jn New^ 
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